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Thread: Drosera falconeri x D. darwiniensis

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    I think the laterite is probably a contributing factor to the coloration.
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    Thats simply beutiful! Did you make the cross yourself?
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    I did not make the cross myself, although I did make the complex hybrid: (D. falconeri x D. darwiniensis) x D. paradoxa Pink Flower. I hope I get some cool looking plants from this seed! The Petiolaris plants are a lot like Sarracenia in that there are no restrictions to complex hybridization between the species.
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